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We provide resources for your church or house of worship regardless of who is serving! Many churches or houses of worship are emphasizing the need to connect to a younger generation and give them opportunities to serve, strengthening their identity in Christ and Biblical Principles. If your church has a teen or youth program, (or is looking to create one) we can provide you with the proper Biblical and ministerial guidance to be successful and incorporate a thriving younger generation into purpose and direction within the church.

Three Reasons to Involve Youth

1. Discipleship:

In the Bible, Matthew Chapter 28, one of Jesus’ last commands was to “Go and make Disciples”. Discipleship has no boundary in the realm of age, and we all have a Biblical obligation to help others mature in their relationship with Christ.  In fact, the Apostle Paul, in 1 Timothy 4:12 told Timothy to  “Let no one despise you for your youth, but set the believers an example in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, in purity”.  The reality is that even though Timothy in the New Testament Church was younger than most, the Apostle Paul saw a heart that sought the Lord and an individual who was coachable to success within ministry.

2. Involved Youth:

Churches and houses of worship thrive when they have youth or teens that are actively involved in ministerial processes. Not only does Church Safety Teens create a unique opportunity for them to serve, but it assists them with better understanding and being prepared with life skills to aid them in being and staying aware against evil and crime in their community. By actively applying critical thinking skills within the church or house of worship, we have the opportunity to build on life skills and reduce the number of churches in our community, subjected to human trafficking and other heinous crime associated with youth.

3. Current Ministry Support:

Having teens/ youth participate can relieve stress and frustration for your current safety and security team. Teens easily learn and provide numerous benefits that might be overlooked. If you are short individuals on your team, they can easily provide an extra set of eyes or key awareness perspectives to help spot something unusual. They also can perceptively assist with many operational tasks and connect with other teens/youth to spot problems and potential problems far in advance of something terrible happening in your church or house of worship.

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